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It Will Take Nigeria 30 Years To Defeat Boko Haram — Army

The Nigerian Army says it will take at least 30 years to destroy the Islamic psychological oppressor bunch, Boko Haram.

As indicated by Tribune, the Acting Director of Nigerian Army Information Management, Brig-Gen. Folorunso Oyinlola revealed this in Benin at the 22nd Edition of Social Media Seminar on Civil-Military Relations.

Oyinlola said it will take another age of Northeasterners with training and the right direction for the aggressiveness to be totally cleared out.

The appointee military representative said the new age should be taught and yet again arranged before Nigeria can genuinely announce triumph against Jihadism and illegal intimidation.

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He reviewed that previous President Olusegun Obasanjo was proactive when he looked to nip the exercises of the Nigerian Taliban in the bud during his dusk years however mourned that things declined when Alhaji Mohammed Yusuf, the head of the feared Boko Haram group, was killed by police officers.

Oyinlola said, “Rebellion isn’t something that can be separated away with the snap of a finger. The guerillas live with us. We can’t bomb the entire of Edo State all the while intending to mislead and misdirect.

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“We’ll require at least 30 years to have the option to overcome the Boko Haram. We will require another age of Northeasterners who should be instructed as far as we’re concerned to pronounce that we have crushed Boko Haram.”

He said the nationwide conflict in Libya which is yet to be settled has prompted the destabilization of the West African subregion as loads of weapons have poured in from the North African nation, worsening the security circumstance in Nigeria and somewhere else.

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The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Faruk Yahaya who was addressed by Maj-Gen. Marcus Kangye, the head of Civil Military Affairs requested the help of media specialists to clear out the extremists.

Yahaya engaged web-based entertainment powerhouses to quit utilizing shouting, violent and terrifying titles for public interests and mankind, adding that such titles adversely affect the battle against uprising by the Nigerian Army.

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